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United Kingdom regulators search Cambridge Analytica offices after Facebook data scandal

United Kingdom regulators search Cambridge Analytica offices after Facebook data scandal

Privacy rights and the vast data collection of users by tech giants, such as Facebook, Google, and Twitter, deserve serious consideration. The company worked for Donald Trump's 2016 US presidential ...

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Ford & Alibaba launch auto vending machines in China automotive market

Ford & Alibaba launch auto vending machines in China automotive market

Alibaba has introduced a vehicle vending machine on Tmall, its online marketplace application, which allows consumers in China to choose from 100 Ford cars for a test drive. Ford Motor , Changan For...

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Firefighter dies battling blaze on set of Ed Norton film in Harlem

Firefighter dies battling blaze on set of Ed Norton film in Harlem

Eric Philips, a spokesperson for New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio , said in a tweet shortly after the tragedy, "It's an very bad night". Davidson was pronounced dead at Harlem Hospital thereaft...

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Facebook is buying print ads to apologize for the Cambridge Analytica scandal

Investigators from Britain's data watchdog searched the London offices of Cambridge Analytica , the data analytics firm at the centre of a storm over allegations it improperly harvested Facebook ...

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Driver booked for cruelty towards patient

Driver booked for cruelty towards patient

As per the reports, a driver of the ambulance was unhappy with an accident victim urinating in his ambulance that's why he did this with the patient. Khadar Pasha, a civil police officer at Naatukal...

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Russian investigators find safety violations at site of deadly fire

Russian investigators find safety violations at site of deadly fire

Six bodies have not yet been recovered, he said. Rescuers are working in unsafe conditions, as the building's structure is no longer secure. The fire engulfed a children's trampoline room and a cinema...

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German Court Keeps Former Catalan Leader Puigdemont In Custody

German Court Keeps Former Catalan Leader Puigdemont In Custody

The region unilaterally declared independence from Spain. Ponsati, who is a professor at Scotland's University of St. Andrews, will present herself at court in Edinburgh and will apply for bail, Anw...

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Children 'among dead' after shopping centre fire in Kemerovo, western Siberia

Children 'among dead' after shopping centre fire in Kemerovo, western Siberia

The fire - among the deadliest in years in Russian Federation - has been extinguished, emergency officials said , but rescuers were having difficulty in reaching the upper floors of the building due ...

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Chinese satellite due to crash on Earth around April 1

Chinese satellite due to crash on Earth around April 1

Tiangong-1 will nearly completely burn up in our atmosphere, and what doesn't will most likely land in the ocean or on some desolate part of the planet. The craft - which is operated by the China Ma...

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JD Sports in Deal to Acquire Finish Line for $558 Million

JD Sports in Deal to Acquire Finish Line for $558 Million

The acquisition represents an excellent opportunity for JD to establish its market leading multi-brand proposition in the world's largest athleisure market. The firm trades from 556 Finish Line bran...

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Pulse nightclub shooter's dad was Federal Bureau of Investigation informant; lawyers ask for mistrial

Pulse nightclub shooter's dad was Federal Bureau of Investigation informant; lawyers ask for mistrial

The agency also said it had received a tip in 2012 that indicated Seddique Mateen was collecting $50,000 to $100,000 in donations to "contribute toward an attack against the government of Pakistan". "...

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Ghouta amid evacuation deal

Ghouta amid evacuation deal

The Ministry of Defence of Russian Federation says 6,500 people were evacuated from the southern towns in Eastern Ghouta as part of the evacuation deal and they are now in Idlib. On February 24, the...

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Iran says Bolton pick as national security adviser 'matter of shame'

Iran says Bolton pick as national security adviser 'matter of shame'

Speaking at a panel of four former Israeli military chiefs, Mofaz noted that he thought this was a bad idea. "I have known John Bolton since his days as USA ambassador to the United Nations". Iran's...

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Fire at Russian shopping mall kills at least 64

Fire at Russian shopping mall kills at least 64

Firefighters were still recovering bodies as parts of the buildings were still smouldering. "He lost his parents and younger sister in this tragedy", Health Minister Veronika Skvortsova said , adding...

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US, EU States Expel Dozens Of Russian Diplomats Over Nerve-Agent Poisoning

US, EU States Expel Dozens Of Russian Diplomats Over Nerve-Agent Poisoning

Less than a week ago, Trump congratulated Putin by phone for his re-election but didn't raise the spy case, renewing questions about whether the United States president is too soft on the Kremlin....

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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un makes surprise China visit

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un makes surprise China visit

The reason for it is unknown. Meetings between Kim dynasts and China are new for Jong-un, but not new for North Korean leadership. Footage from Nippon News Network, owned by Nippon TV, showed what...

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Danni Wyatt smashes century in England Women record T20 run chase

Danni Wyatt smashes century in England Women record T20 run chase

This is a record chase in women's T20I. However, star Indian pacer Jhulan Goswami somehow managed to break their partnership by sending Smith back to the pavilion. "He loves India", Wyatt said aft...

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Woman Sues Russell Simmons for $10 Million Over Alleged Rape

Woman Sues Russell Simmons for $10 Million Over Alleged Rape

In the lawsuit, the unnamed California woman claims that Simmons raped her in his hotel room after a concert. In a statement to Billboard , Mr. Simmons said he "vehemently" denied all of the allega...

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Zuma finally served with summons to appear in court on April 6

Zuma finally served with summons to appear in court on April 6

Zuma and French arms company Thint have both been served with a summons to appear at the Durban High Court‚ and will therefore not be required to apply for bail. Prosecutors in 2009 chose to drop the ...

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A lot of rain plus severe weather chances

A lot of rain plus severe weather chances

With an east wind sustained at 5 to 15 miles per hour through the night, wind chill temperatures could get as low as the 30s in spots. The rain will gradually taper off Thursday night through Friday...

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Ahed Tamimi 'awarded' 8-month jail term for slapping Israeli soldier

Ahed Tamimi 'awarded' 8-month jail term for slapping Israeli soldier

Her mother and a 20-year-old cousin, Nour Tamimi, were also charged. She pleaded guilty to four charges, including assault of a soldier, reduced from an earlier charge of aggravated assault. has chose...

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Anti-Fake News Bill Sparks Concerns Over Media Censorship in Malaysia

Anti-Fake News Bill Sparks Concerns Over Media Censorship in Malaysia

He added if the government is truly serious about tackling fake news, it would instead set up a bipartisan parliamentary select committee. The government-drafted bill defines fake news as "any news,...

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No more free reign to China: Donald Trump after announcing tariffs

No more free reign to China: Donald Trump after announcing tariffs

Mr Trump is planning to impose the tariffs over what his administration says is misappropriation of USA intellectual property. The United States has been unusually successful there, but China hasn't. ...

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Police officer slashed by man with three-foot sword in Manchester

Police officer slashed by man with three-foot sword in Manchester

He was taken to hospital with "serious injuries" but was later discharged and is recovering at home, said police. He was Tasered and arrested. GMP said they were called to Demesne Road at 1.50pm to ...

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Birmingham police officer charged with 2 felony crimes

Birmingham police officer charged with 2 felony crimes

Brown faces several charges, including attempting to disarm a police officer. He was struck and received a non-life threatening injury. Police said it didn't appear the man took anything but while c...

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Natural disaster of 6.6 magnitude jolts Papua New Guinea

Natural disaster of 6.6 magnitude jolts Papua New Guinea

There are no reports about victims or damages caused by the quake. A tremor also rocked the island last week, at least 55 people died. A magnitude 7.5 quake on February 26 killed at least 125 peop...

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U.S. expels 60 Russian 'spies' over United Kingdom nerve attack

U.S. expels 60 Russian 'spies' over United Kingdom nerve attack

Poland, Germany and Lithuania are also among the countries announcing they are expelling Russian diplomats. The almost simultaneous announcements on March 26 signaled a united front in the face of w...

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Firefighter dies combating blaze on Bruce Willis' 'Motherless Brooklyn' movie set

Meantime, the family and friends of those who knew Firefighter Davidson gathered to pay their respects Sunday for the first of two wakes in his honor. According to the New York Daily News , fire b...

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Ji Eun-Hee produces ace in Kia Classic win

Ji Eun-Hee produces ace in Kia Classic win

She has four LPGA Tour victories, including the 2009 U.S. Women's Open. With a 7-iron in hand, Ji stepped to the 14 tee and aced the hole from 166 yards. Salas' bogey-free round featured three birdi...

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Police question Netanyahu for a second time over telecom corruption case

Police question Netanyahu for a second time over telecom corruption case

Yair Netanyahu, son of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, is seen in Tel Aviv on November 26, 2017. The investigation revolves around suspicions that Netanyahu awarded favors to Israel's telecom com...

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